MacBook Air Review:
A truly mobile device needs to be light, thin, and strong enough to take with you wherever you go. It also needs to perform quickly, spring to life instantly, and have enough battery power to keep up with you. It should have no spinning hard drive, no optical drive, and no unnecessary parts. All of that is true of iPad. And now, it's true of Apple's most mobile notebook ever: MacBook Air.MacBook Air continues its legacy of firsts with something entirely new for any Mac: flash storage. Standard. In fact, the new MacBook Air is designed completely around flash storage. But in a totally different way. Typically, flash storage is housed in a package that's the same size as a conventional hard drive. Yet the flash chips themselves occupy a very small portion of that housing. Getting rid of the hard drive enclosure and using only the parts that matter — the actual flash chips — frees up about 90 percent more space. And just like that, there's room for other important things, like a bigger battery. Now you have a notebook that weighs practically nothing and runs for hours on a single charge. That's mobility mastered.No one knows Multi-Touch technology better than Apple. Introduced with the very first iPhone and taken even further with iPad, Multi-Touch is now part of practically every Apple device. It's simply the best and most personal way to interact with your software. And the optimal way to experience Multi-Touch on a notebook is through a trackpad. That's precisely the case with MacBook Air. Now you can perform more gestures than you have fingers on a spacious, all-glass surface that's smooth to the touch.If you looked inside MacBook Air, you'd see something remarkable: how much space we devoted to the battery. Apple engineers were able to fit all the computer components on one of our smallest logic boards ever. Removing the flash storage enclosure and placing the flash chips on the logic board freed up even more room. And voila: space for a bigger battery. So you can get up to 5 hours of battery life on the 11-inch MacBook Air and up to 7 hours on the 13-inch model. And when you put MacBook Air to sleep for more than an hour, it enters what's called standby mode. So you can come back to MacBook Air a day, a week — even up to an entire month later — and it wakes in an instant.1 Time is on your side, courtesy of MacBook Air.
In this episode of In Review (London Edition!) I'll take a look at the Monster iSport Immersion headphones. I'll also briefly compare the iSport Immersion to the Marley Zion in-ear headphones. And finally, I cover a new product I purchased called the Zoom H2n.
The 2012 15" MacBook Pro features a new Retina display with 2880x1800 pixels of resolution. It also features a thinner, lighter design weighing in at only 4.5 pounds. Unlike the third gen iPad, this New 2012 Retina MacBook Pro offers extra pixels that can really be utilized!
This is my 2012 MacBook Air Review. This review covers the recently released 13" Ivy Bridge MacBook Air for 2012.
This is an unboxing of the Monster iSport Immersion Headphones. This is the Livestrong Edition and as a result features a special color scheme. The iSport Immersion can be submerged in water for the purpose of cleaning. This set of earphones is designed for physical activity and excercise.
Turtle Beach gaming headsets go Black Ops 2! This episode, we're featuring Turtle Beach Earforce Tango, Turtle Beach Earforce Sierra, Turtle Beach Earforce X-Ray and the Turtle Beach Earforce Kilo. A few of these headsets feature wireless surround sound, too.
Get a first look at the Nintendo Wii U at E3 2012. Plus gameplay of Assassin's Creed 3, ZombieU, Arkham City and more.
This is an unboxing and overview of the Meze 88 Classics Headphones. These headphones feature an ebony wood enclosure, 50mm drivers & a floating style headband. The Meze 88 headphones are some of the most striking headphones I've ever featured on Unbox Therapy.
This is a quick, casual unboxing of the new Sony HX20V digital camera. This model is very similar to the older Sony HX9V that I currently use on a regular basis. The DSC-HX20V adds some extra megapixels, a slightly longer zoom & an improved micro USB connector.
E3 2012 news and preparations plus Ghost Recon Future Soldier!
This is an unboxing of the newest 2012 13" MacBook Air with Ivy Bridge and USB 3. This unboxing covers the main improvements to the 2012 13" MacBook Air including a bump in processing power (Ivy Bridge), USB 3, 720p FaceTime Camera & the ability to upgrade the RAM to 8GB total.
This is my review of the Retina MacBook Pro 2012. I aim to address the idea of "value" in the newest generation MacBook Pro Retina. My review is opinion-driven unlike many others. This is intentional, aimed at offering personal insight instead of facts and figures. Is the newest generation MacBook Pro for 2012 worth the money?
This is a quick look at a few gadget skins from dbrand. They currently manufacture skins for the iPhone 4, iPhone 4s & Playstation Vita.
This is an unboxing of the New 2012 MacBook Pro (15" MacBook Pro Retina Unboxing). This model features Apple's new Retina display sporting an enormous number of pixels.
In this episode, I tackle the House of Marley Zion in-ear headphones. I also preview some upcoming products including the Monster iSport Immersion (Livestrong Edition) washable headphones & some very cool looking gadget skins.
This is an unboxing of Ghost Recon Future Soldier Ultimate Edition which includes: a Missile Launcher, Ghost Target Poster, Signature Edition Game (Bonus Moscow Suburb In-Game Co-op Multiplayer Map, 2 Bonus In-Game Weapons, Bonus Head Customization Mode & a Limited Edition Penny Arcade Weapon Skin Featuring Twisp and Catsby).